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Friday December 20th, 2019 evening edition

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Vegan parents accused of starving child to death on diet of fruit and vegetables.

Sheila O'Leary, left, and Ryan O'Leary have been charged with first-degree murder.

A vegan couple have been charged with first-degree murder after their 18-month-old son starved to death on a diet of only raw fruit and vegetables.

A police report said their son, who has not been named, weighed only 17 pounds (8kg) when he died.

The couple from Cape Coral, Florida, told officers they are vegan and only eat raw fruits and vegetables.

She tried to resuscitate the baby but he was dead when paramedics arrived, according to the Florida broadsheet the News-Press. »

‘I won’t be reading ET again!’: Trump attacks Christian magazine for backing impeachment then misspells its name during wild early morning rant

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In a series of eccentric TV appearances he has claimed that the US state department asked him to get involved.

He says there was no pressure on him from Trump to do him the “favour” he was asked for.

However, Trump announced that Pence had had “one or two” phone conversations of a similar nature, dragging him into the crisis. »

Entertainment Weekly watched 'The Witcher' till episode 2 and then skipped ahead to episode 5, where they stopped and spat out a review where they gave the show a 0... And critics wonder why we are skeptical about them.

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Study may explain how infections reduce autism symptoms

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For many years, some parents have noticed that their autistic children’s behavioral symptoms diminished when they had a fever.

A new study from MIT and Harvard Medical School sheds light on the cellular mechanisms that may underlie this phenomenon.

The lead authors of the paper are MIT graduate student Michael Douglas Reed and MIT postdoc Yeong Shin Yim. »

Evangelical magazine Christianity Today calls for Trump's removal after impeachment

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Christianity Today, the evangelical Christian magazine founded by televangelist Billy Graham, called for Donald Trump’s removal from office following the president’s impeachment, marking a significant split from what has typically been Trump’s staunch base.

This damages the institution of the presidency, damages the reputation of our country, and damages both the spirit and the future of our people.”.

“He himself has admitted to immoral actions in business and his relationship with women, about which he remains proud. »